My UAD Apollo interfaces has Samplerate convert on the S/PDIF. But only on the way in.
While you’re mistaken, you’re in good company - a number of other people in this thread have also jumped to this incorrect conclusionFrom what I could glean from information posted earlier in this thread, it seems that it may be technically possible to add this feature into the firmware, but it would require a complete reworking or all the IR’s and is therefore extremely unlikely.
This is just my own interpretation and takeaway, so I may be mistaken.
Thank you for the well delivered clarification. I hope that it will be implemented one day, if it is indeed possible.While you’re mistaken, you’re in good company - a number of other people in this thread have also jumped to this incorrect conclusion
What you’re referring to is the internal processing sample rate. This thread about a different sample rate: the I/O sample rate. Currently they match (although for certain computations a higher sample rate is used to avoid aliasing). The OP is asking for a sample rate conversion at the end of the processing chain (similar to what you find in other guitar processors like Helix and Headrush), but the internal sample rate, and cpu load, would remain unchanged.
Nope - the Montage will do 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 96kHz and 192kHz. I have one right here and use it every day.Yamaha Montage is locked at 44.1k
His answer specified "an audio interface that can re-sample..." so it obviously depends on your audio interface.Jim told a different thing, it seems you don't need to spend 700$ dollar in a useless hardware SRC if you have the right audio interface.
So if anyone know something about how to practically do what Jim said it will be really helpful.
So much hostility and aggression from the usual cabal of apologists over the wish for a simple 44.1/48Khz user selectable rate!
You could bounce the guitar DI from a 44.1k project to a 48k project, reamp through Axe-Fx III, then bounce that file back to 44.1k project. The DAW should handle the SRC this way.Ok, let's talk about an ipotetic scenario and see what you guys would do:
I've got a project from a client set at 44.1 with guitar DIs recorded in it, I want to reamp those DIs with AXE FX3.
There is a way to do that in the digital domain without going back to analog?
How could i do that?
100% this.Big different between saying “I wish the III could have a selectable rate” and “the design is stupid, the designer has no clue about modern studio work etc” though isn’t there ?
Come in with hostility and aggression and you generally will get it in return, true in life, true on forums. Only difference is people are emboldened on forums to say things they wouldn’t otherwise say in person.
Simple as that, get back what you put out. Little civility, little respect, present your thoughts and ideas in a calm and rational manner, maybe type up a response and wait 5 minutes before hitting send.... it all goes a long ways.
Nobody reads anymore don't you realize? Just say whatever they want behind their keyboards, without preface or contextSo, you didn’t read the designer’s rationale?
I mean all those “stupid” artist and pros, and thousands of us who have no such issues are just as stupid and wrong? <confused?>
Hope you find your cool soon. Immagonna jam on my stupid black box!
I have no dog in this hunt, since I don't use my Axe-Fx to record (yet), but I feel compelled to point out that criticizing a foot controller device you've never used is fallacious at best. I can get more done with the 6 buttons on my FC-6 that I could ever hope to do with my MFC-101....Actually I do not like the new design of the foot controller at all and I pointed out that it looked like a Line6 unit. If I one day decide to buy an Axe Fx III I will use a different fot controller. Probably an RJM. Mainly because the new controller does not have enough IA switches. Yes Fractal Audio makes good products, but not all solutions are what they should be.